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shinebycomparison:

The Glorious Faces of Allen Leech (x)


posted 2 years ago on 14/3/2012 + shinebycomparison
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Allen Leech talks Season 3 of Downton Abbey at the TRIC Awards 2012 | mirror.co.uk 

Allen Leech talks the return of Maggie Smith, the appearance of Shirley MacLaine, the timeline for Season 3 and his taste (or not) for reality TV.


posted 2 years ago on 14/3/2012 + (© mirror.co.uk)
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Shall I stay, would it be a sin, if I can’t help falling in love with you (x)

Shall I stay,
would it be a sin,
if I can’t help falling in love with you (x)


posted 2 years ago on 14/3/2012 + singingfirefliess

posted 2 years ago on 14/3/2012 + singingfirefliess

Allen Leech and Amy Nuttall talk about Season 3 of the show after the TRIC Awards 2012 (Television and Radio Industries Club) where Downton Abbey won best HD drama programme of the year.


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posted 2 years ago on 12/3/2012 + edithnapier

dawntonabbey:

Sybil and Branson. Downton Abbey Series 2.


posted 2 years ago on 12/3/2012 + dawntonabbey

posted 2 years ago on 11/3/2012 + edithnapier

posted 2 years ago on 11/3/2012 + knottyrainbow

“I was worried about Lady Sybil, but I’m not worried anymore.”


posted 2 years ago on 11/3/2012 + edithnapier

posted 2 years ago on 11/3/2012 + dawntonabbey

likeastairmaster:

30 Days of Women: Day 9: Favourite female character in a drama | Sybil Crawley, Downton Abbey

Sybil caught my attention from the start of Downton Abbey. One of the great things about that show is how it is about the three Crawley sisters trying to find their way in a changing world. Mary and Edith both mostly work inside the established system, but Sybil dares to dream outside of it. She doesn’t live inside the bubble of her privilege — she chooses to experience more than what was given to her by her birth. She’s incredibly brave and strong and basically is just utterly wonderful.


posted 2 years ago on 10/3/2012 + officerbobrovsky

URST: Unresolved Sexual Tension 

He’s a Socialist and a chauffeur. She’s a feminist and a socialite. Feisty and informed, Tom Branson and Lady Sybil Crawley share a love of progressive politics in Ye Olde England. They also share a tonne of URST: unresolved sexual tension. As fans of the deliciously melodramatic Downton Abbey, we pray the star-crossed lovebirds will overcome their class barrier and give in to their URST. But URST is not just the stuff of story, even though the term is an invention of storytellers. We’re willing to bet you have it with someone right now. The question is, should you take a gamble? When to play and when to fold?

Resolving URST is the heart and soul of every romance narrative. We know from the second our heros lay eyes on each other, be they in Forkes or Yorkshire, that they must,they absolutely must lock lips is a very sexy way. So when we feel those same heart-racing moments—furtive glances across the water cooler, three-word text messages that seem impossibly cryptic—surely that’s our bodies and brains telling us to act? Surely there could be nothing better than crossing the line into very sexy territory? Actually, there is something better. URST.

URST makes life fun. It turns ordering another Sauv Blanc from that Clooney-esque bartender into a heart-racing adventure or handing in a boring report to your not-at-all-boring co-worker into a banter-fuelled flirt-fest. But what you don’t see happening on the silver screen is the fact that once you resolve that URST, it’s gone. For good. You’ve spoken the subtext. You’ve revealed the metaphorical Wizard of Oz, and he’s turned out to be a tiny man. Plus, if your URST is with someone who’s otherwise spoken for or you are, be prepared to replace white-hot lust with dull-grey guilt. Tom Branson could lose his chauffeuring job, and if you think the economy is bad now, try looking for a driving gig when there are about twenty cars in existence.

Read more + video clip HERE


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posted 2 years ago on 10/3/2012 + knottyrainbow